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Coming soon: Channel Islands Black And White Surfboard

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Feb 2016
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UPDATE: Now in stock, the Channel Islands Black and White

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Rumor has it that Surf Ride is going to be getting a board so keen, that even Dane is riding it. Simple but advanced the Black and White was made for speedy devils and insane air, be on the look out!

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An all around, high performance shortboard designed for down the line speed and easy rail-to-rail transitions, the Black & White is based on a favorite hand shape Britt Merrick made Dane Reynolds for Santa Barbara area point breaks. Dane related its feel to a good MBM.
The Black & White has a fairly low entry rocker, a staged flat-ish section between the feet, and an accelerated kick out the tail. A single concave runs the length of the board, is deepest near the front fins and shallows into a hint of vee exiting the tail block.
A flat deck design, the Black & White offers improved flex characteristics, a solid under-your-feet feel, and full rails. The board should be ridden about your same height to 2″ longer than you are tall. Because of the flat deck ride the board 1/8” thinner than your normal shortboard to keep the same general volume.
The Black & White is suitable for most surfers in most types of surf where a shortboard is appropriate. – Channel Islands

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